Canadian Kayak Anglers

CKA Kayak Fishing Tournaments and Events => Kayak Wars Canada => Topic started by: EagleEyesFlash on July 07, 2015, 04:20:15 pm


Title: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on July 07, 2015, 04:20:15 pm
You're giving er shooter !
Currently in first for the gold points.
Noticed you got a slam during the BCC, you figured a slam was more important
than concentrating on bass at that time.  :o

Danny currently in 9th and yours truly in 16th.

A lot of work for a paddle ( 1st place prize last year ).

The Outback was a draw prize.

http://kayakwars.com/km14anglerawards.php (http://kayakwars.com/km14anglerawards.php)

( No loot here yet either, and need a new shirt .  :) )

EEF
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Kayak Curtis on July 07, 2015, 07:07:18 pm
Well done Shooter.
I think you'd be ahead of Dan, EEF if he properly identified all his white bass under 12" properly instead of white perch...
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on July 07, 2015, 08:00:31 pm
Lol. Havent heard a peep outta site about anything. International guys were supposed to have contests this year also. Keep the Goldman points coming and see how we do overall.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on July 07, 2015, 09:02:59 pm
Keep it going Joe.. way to go!!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on July 21, 2015, 09:28:45 am
3 Canadians in the top 10 now.
Guess who's in 10 th ?   ;)
Close race with only 9 points separating 3rd to 10 th.

A note about slams, 3 species in one day is 2 points, 4 species is 4 points, 5 species is 6 points.
That's what I've noticed happening this year anyhow.
I haven't done 6 species in one day, guess that would be 8 points, maybe shooter knows ?

Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on July 21, 2015, 09:53:32 am
That is pretty ridiculous if true, really caters to some people based on location. Slams should only be 1 point imo. The way it is now it is too easy for guys to run away with things just because they live on a multi species bodies of water.

At least this last weekend I got 10 GMP if my records hold up.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on July 21, 2015, 10:04:34 am
Keep climbing the ladder boys. Nice to see 3 in top ten considering southern boys clearly have the advantage. Lets take the top 3
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on August 06, 2015, 08:13:10 am
Hey Shooter,
Here's what a carp looks like.  ;)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: otownyaker on August 06, 2015, 09:25:10 am
Awsome catch Brent!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on August 06, 2015, 05:25:27 pm
Super hog Brent. Keep the points coming
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on August 06, 2015, 11:20:36 pm
Only 85 points out of 3rd freshwater standings now. Most teams seem to be slowing down now, might be able to get 2nd if we keep up our pace. Shooter way ahead in gold man points right now, not sure how you are able to get out fishing every day. I have been working 12-13 hr days this week so will be weekends only for me...
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on August 07, 2015, 04:35:42 am
Great job. Summer vacation and never out more than half a day anyways. Putting the miles and legs to the workout routine. lol.Dogdays of summer for southern boys
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Homebrew76 on August 07, 2015, 05:10:03 am
Good job guys,

With Oz being completely MIA, prizes from last year non-existant, and all promised updates and whatnot that were supposed to happen over the summer never happening, I've basically given up on Kayak Wars.   Its just not in me to support something that the organizer has apparently abandonded.    I'm not even taking pics of the KW-submittable fish anymore.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on August 07, 2015, 03:50:12 pm
This just in !
Flyfisher has just tied the Canadian KW Largemouth Bass record  at 21.5".
WTG Bud !

( Now don't you wish you had signed up for the GOBC ? , not too late... Midnight tonite ! )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on August 07, 2015, 04:55:07 pm
Hey way to go and find them big boys Jeremy  in your neck of the woods. As for KWars will trudge on down till the end.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Boknows on August 07, 2015, 08:06:15 pm
got to agree with the KW thing...I've given up.  I understand it is a huge endeavour but if ya can't do it yourself, get help.  I have a feeling that the GOBC is going to set the stage for future shorter events to keep guys fishing all summer long for a little competition.  All in the name of fun of course.  Not to take anything away from Shooter or Brent or any of the guys that are keeping it up, more power to you and you all deserve a crap load of credit for getting out there and fishing as much as you do!!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Flyfisher on August 07, 2015, 09:42:37 pm
This just in !
Flyfisher has just tied the Canadian KW Largemouth Bass record  at 21.5".
WTG Bud !

( Now don't you wish you had signed up for the GOBC ? , not too late... Midnight tonite ! )
Thanks Bud! And No, to signing up GOBC, I'll go out fishing with or with out competition you should know that by now!
Good luck to you all that are doing it though, going to be interesting! For me KW is just a way to keep track of how the fishing is going, Just hoping it does not end! Care less about prizes etc....bring on the fishin'
Fish on Brothers!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 08, 2015, 01:30:12 pm
This just in !
Flyfisher has just tied the Canadian KW Largemouth Bass record  at 21.5".
WTG Bud !

( Now don't you wish you had signed up for the GOBC ? , not too late... Midnight tonite ! )


Thanks Bud! And No, to signing up GOBC, I'll go out fishing with or with out competition you should know that by now!
Good luck to you all that are doing it though, going to be interesting! For me KW is just a way to keep track of how the fishing is going, Just hoping it does not end! Care less about prizes etc....bring on the fishin'
Fish on Brothers!

Congrats on that Largie Jeremy.

I agree with you about KW just a tool to keep track of what I am catching and getting out.  I couldn't care less about the prizes, and GM points.  I like to go out and target a certain species with the specific tools.  New bodies of water occasionally without any knowledge of where to fish is also thrown in once in a while to learn how to analyze a body of water.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 08, 2015, 01:37:11 pm
got to agree with the KW thing...I've given up.  I understand it is a huge endeavour but if ya can't do it yourself, get help.  I have a feeling that the GOBC is going to set the stage for future shorter events to keep guys fishing all summer long for a little competition.  All in the name of fun of course.  Not to take anything away from Shooter or Brent or any of the guys that are keeping it up, more power to you and you all deserve a crap load of credit for getting out there and fishing as much as you do!!

So far the management of the GOBC has been minimal time, pictures have been pretty good. I will add what lure or tactic you used to catch the fish, for the next event.  I can see a GOWC for April 2016.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on August 08, 2015, 04:31:11 pm
May wanna think again about the lure/tactic.  You'd be amazed how many people lost their minds over that in the AOTW
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 08, 2015, 08:30:06 pm
Thanks John
I will get a little input first then.  The way i see it the ones that dont want to share their fishing knowledge aren't the kind of participants i am looking for.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on August 08, 2015, 11:05:02 pm
Thanks John
I will get a little input first then.  The way i see it the ones that dont want to share their fishing knowledge aren't the kind of participants i am looking for.

Thats a very good poing
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on August 09, 2015, 10:37:25 pm
Thanks John
I will get a little input first then.  The way i see it the ones that dont want to share their fishing knowledge aren't the kind of participants i am looking for.

Maybe things are different out that way but here in Alberta any sane and intelligent fishermen knows to keep some waterbodies and/or lures secret. Our fishery here sees way too much pressure and when the knowledge of where nice fish can be caught or how to catch them sneaks out it can literally decimate a fishery in a matter of months. For example one of my perch lakes I found this spring was posted online and now just 2-3 months later it is pretty much fished out. I know because I just stopped by today to try and bring home supper and after a few hours of catching one 9 incher I realized I was too late...

Today was a good reminder why there are some lakes that I will never name even to some of my fishing buddies let alone on a public internet site.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on August 10, 2015, 06:13:39 am
Goldman point race on. Way to hit the water Brent and pick up those species and put yourself in no 3 position. Since Brent you are not a facebook guy, Kayak wars owner finally after months of no posts,punched up today the heavy workload hes had i will be making up for the nonsense lately. Will wait n see on that one however. Dogdays of summer have been pretty good this year
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on August 10, 2015, 09:22:11 am
Sure, everyone quit while some of us are having our best year yet.   :D

Got to agree not to take KW too seriously, and agree a big thrill is planning
and executing a trip for a rarer or hard to catch specie. Looking forward to
fall salmon and more muskie. Sure would like to catch a brook trout too.

  I can see a GOWC for April 2016.

How about a GOWC for this December !  :D  Guess there wouldn't be too many participants.  ;)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on August 10, 2015, 10:32:41 am
Yep it be nice for trips for me but BC in my site for next year. KW just a great stat and reason to get out and enjoy life and what it offers. Very limited December fisherman, mostly seasonal guys. Walleye Brent springtime here lol
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 10, 2015, 07:38:26 pm
Thanks John
I will get a little input first then.  The way i see it the ones that dont want to share their fishing knowledge aren't the kind of participants i am looking for.

Maybe things are different out that way but here in Alberta any sane and intelligent fishermen knows to keep some waterbodies and/or lures secret. Our fishery here sees way too much pressure and when the knowledge of where nice fish can be caught or how to catch them sneaks out it can literally decimate a fishery in a matter of months. For example one of my perch lakes I found this spring was posted online and now just 2-3 months later it is pretty much fished out. I know because I just stopped by today to try and bring home supper and after a few hours of catching one 9 incher I realized I was too late...

Today was a good reminder why there are some lakes that I will never name even to some of my fishing buddies let alone on a public internet site.

Naming a body of water is not the same as giving a location.  Even your best river guides will state the river they are fishing but not give up locations.  Keeping your lures a secret. Really?
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 10, 2015, 07:40:16 pm
Sure, everyone quit while some of us are having our best year yet.   :D

Got to agree not to take KW too seriously, and agree a big thrill is planning
and executing a trip for a rarer or hard to catch specie. Looking forward to
fall salmon and more muskie. Sure would like to catch a brook trout too.

  I can see a GOWC for April 2016.

How about a GOWC for this December !  :D  Guess there wouldn't be too many participants.  ;)

Ya Brent, there only a few of us crazy enough to get out in the freezing weather. ;)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on August 10, 2015, 07:42:28 pm
I can't believe the comments from members from this site on the KW forums.  No one else posted anything negative. Not a good representation of the CKA.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on August 10, 2015, 11:04:09 pm
Naming a body of water is not the same as giving a location.  Even your best river guides will state the river they are fishing but not give up locations.  Keeping your lures a secret. Really?

If you knew about Obed Lake you would understand keeping a lure secret. When there are 20-30 people out fishing and thankfully only a couple can catch the fish the lake can survive, teach the others how to catch them and the lake is hooped.

Like I say maybe fishing is different down your way. I already have to drive 2-3+ hours to find most nice lakes, if I start opening my mouth about them I would have to drive even further.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Kayak Curtis on August 10, 2015, 11:48:53 pm
The perch at Obed didn't take a genius to figure out. My buddy used a trout spinner cause he was to lazy to tie on when switching over to perch and he nailed 'em. The Lure knowledge didn't hurt Obed.
Your mistake was posting 13" perch on public forums and letting people know the location. You just can't do that in Ab with limited fish bearing waters and huge fishing pressures. You find a spot you hold onto that bitch tight.
 Oh and there are still some huge ones coming out of there as recently as this past weekend.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on August 11, 2015, 12:02:05 am
The perch at Obed didn't take a genius to figure out. My buddy used a trout spinner cause he was to lazy to tie on when switching over to perch and he nailed 'em. The Lure knowledge didn't hurt Obed.
Your mistake was posting 13" perch on public forums and letting people know the location. You just can't do that in Ab with limited fish bearing waters and huge fishing pressures. You find a spot you hold onto that bitch tight.
 Oh and there are still some huge ones coming out of there as recently as this past weekend.

I didn't post my perch spot nor am I speaking of Obed perch...

There was a lake that a guy could go to and catch limit of 12-13 inch perch in an hour or two. A couple guys posted about it online and then you would go out there and see probably a 100 boats in a day on this little slough of a lake... Only a couple months later and there was barely a soul fishing and I was only able to dig up 1 9 incher in 3 hours, what would have been long enough to catch probably 50+ fish a couple months ago.

Myself and others probably shouldn't even post about Obed anymore. The fish in there are extremely smart but they make mistakes and that lake is getting hammered too hard now.

It sucks that a guy has to be so secretive about his quality lakes here but that is just the way it is. But you know all about that with your zipperlip lake lol.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Kayak Curtis on August 11, 2015, 07:50:30 am
Well you did way more damage to Obed by posting those perch than you did with those browns. The browns were never a secret, and to think that you telling a person your method to catch them hurt the fishery. They are still tricky to catch big hogs and most people throw them back.i have seen first hand 3 over 10 including a 30"+ all landed in front of our boat and they all went back.  And once some of the other year classes grow abit there will be even more big browns.

I Might know your perch hole, might be my perch hole. Still pulling 11.5-12s on Sunday. Just took extra effort and had to weed thru 100s of 10"ers.

Zipperlip lake is right next to Nunya creek in Uwish county...
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on August 11, 2015, 08:13:38 am
I can't believe the comments from members from this site on the KW forums.  No one else posted anything negative. Not a good representation of the CKA.
I cant control what other's say on other sites. That's on  THEM personally vs CKA. 
"This" site cant own everything everyone says somewhere else... That's not a reasonable expectation.
You could also then state its a poor reflection upon their employers, family, friends, neighbours, cats, Dogs etc etc etc.
Nothin
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on August 11, 2015, 09:45:26 am
Well you did way more damage to Obed by posting those perch than you did with those browns. The browns were never a secret, and to think that you telling a person your method to catch them hurt the fishery. They are still tricky to catch big hogs and most people throw them back.i have seen first hand 3 over 10 including a 30"+ all landed in front of our boat and they all went back.  And once some of the other year classes grow abit there will be even more big browns.

I Might know your perch hole, might be my perch hole. Still pulling 11.5-12s on Sunday. Just took extra effort and had to weed thru 100s of 10"ers.

Zipperlip lake is right next to Nunya creek in Uwish county...

Perch were never a secret at Obed either... There are always a bunch of boats out fishing for them, thankfully the big ones are like the big browns and know how to hide.

This spring alone I saw a dozen big browns taken out of Obed. There are very few fish in between 14 and 25 inches and once those big girls are gone it will take a few years to recover. It is a cyclical lake though and this has happened before, just have to make the best of it while there are some decent ones left.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on October 19, 2015, 10:39:18 am
You crazy yak angler Shooter !
You're presently way ahead with 222 kayak man gold points.
Think that's more than Lusca got last year.
Forget Lusca and all hail Shooter.  :D

( Oh yeah, we are all still waiting for a carp from you.  ;) )  :)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on October 22, 2015, 06:19:12 am
Thanks Brent. Goal was set to beat previous last 2 years and use this as a challenge to change up daily and go after more than  one type of fish if possible. Next years goal to fish new places and new adventures with more new people. And maybe a carp lol
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on October 22, 2015, 11:29:45 am
Kayak Curtis is catching up to you Shooter in the points race.
But guessing he'll get frozen in before you.  :D
I've fallen behind, was hoping for 400 fish, 5000 points, 87 more fish to go ...
Lots of us having record catch years.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on October 29, 2015, 11:50:43 am
now 79 to go...
Luv this time of year, if / when you can get out, for the big ones.
Sturgies, wallski, donkies ...
It should be prime LSC muskie time in a couple weeks too.
We are sure to see some trophy fish in the next month.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on October 29, 2015, 02:58:06 pm
Get that rod going Brent lol. Walleye have thinned out here , weather has sucked unless you are out during the week. Ski ,if i feel like a ride otherwise panfish time . Its your time to shine with the walleye. Id love to hit some walleye at this time of year. I wanna see you post some nice ones.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on October 29, 2015, 03:40:05 pm
Looks like I m going by myself Saturday, buddy working, other just cancelled.
Guess I could knock on some doors on the way home as a crazy kayak angler
and gather some treats. 
Big sheepie time.  ;)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on October 29, 2015, 10:53:23 pm
Lol Shooter I wish we had your weather. Highs of 8 and 5 this weekend and been fishing in highs of 8-10 for the last 3 weeks now..

Forecast drops to highs of 2s and 3s after the weekend and last year our last trip was Nov 8th so probably this weekend or the next will be the last one this year.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on October 30, 2015, 08:33:34 am
Lets switch up . Super strong winds  for past month. Filthy waters and sharp temp changes. Third wacko fall in a row. Weekends have been awful for fishing. Id take the cooler temps, crystal clean waters and different species to catch Perhaps a nice trout for dinner lol.  I could perhaps chase out great muskies here this weekend but would rather hit the gill n crappie for winter feast like last year. Allowed 30  crappie and 100 gills. Ive achieve my goal already with goldman points. 232.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on November 02, 2015, 04:17:58 pm
Shooter you are at 222 gold points, typing from a phone ?

Got my drum and one's a dandy !
This happened just after a pic. of her, now know why you don't like the
Hawg Trough, not meant to put 20 lb fish on it.

(http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae142/brentlepine/fish2015/DSCF2197_zpszpukvqwx.jpg)

now 73 to go ...
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on November 02, 2015, 04:43:21 pm
Lol. Kayak world standard but weak n cheap the reason i dont like them. They could do trough like mine in a little thinner resin in there design and make a better one. As for the goldman 10 bonus for records 232 .
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on November 02, 2015, 10:00:09 pm
I miss my old hawg trough although it wasn't large enough for many of the pike I catch. They definitely aren't meant to hold a large fish especially with nothing supporting the underside though. The frabil/plano bump boards are no better in that regard though, maybe worse as they pop apart...

What is nice about the hawg trough is that it is fairly sturdy and super light. Weight is a big issue for me now with all the crap I usually take out with me. I have to get a better battery or fish finder system set up cause carrying a bigger battery was horrible this summer but better then only getting 3 to maybe 5 hours out of the smaller batteries...
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on November 09, 2015, 10:24:18 am
M.A. just posted 3 lake sturgeon, cool !
Wonder where he got those ?
Actually they look like shortnose, he must be out east, have you seen him Homebrew ?

( 64 more fish to go ... )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Transplant on November 09, 2015, 12:13:19 pm
I believe I can answer that Flash....

http://muskiebaitadventures.blogspot.ca/2015/11/im-gonna-be-shortnose-sturgeon-fishing.html?spref=fb (http://muskiebaitadventures.blogspot.ca/2015/11/im-gonna-be-shortnose-sturgeon-fishing.html?spref=fb)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Homebrew76 on November 10, 2015, 09:21:01 am
M.A. just posted 3 lake sturgeon, cool !
Wonder where he got those ?
Actually they look like shortnose, he must be out east, have you seen him Homebrew ?

( 64 more fish to go ... )

M.A. came out here to NB along with a group of others to go fishing with me, he was in one of my Tridents there, lol.   Was a great visit and all of them caught some sturgeon.    M.A. must have caught 8 - 10 through the two days.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on November 10, 2015, 11:14:36 am
Awesome, you're a good guide Joe.
May have to visit you next year.

Brent  :)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on November 10, 2015, 04:10:07 pm
Looks like they had a great time. Likewise Brent on the gotta do list
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on November 13, 2015, 09:01:32 am
Still very mild and windy around here.
Guess will be able to yak fish right to Dec. 15th...  :)

( 61 more fish to go )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: PikeCreek on November 13, 2015, 04:49:23 pm
I think you spot on Brent.  Both Tim and I caught Muskie on December 15th, last year, but we were dodging ice flows, hopefully we won't have any of that this year.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on November 16, 2015, 12:16:10 am
I am most likely done for the year. Lakes are freezing up out here and temperatures are dropping even more so its looking like our season is done.

I sandbagged a little these last couple weeks, hopefully it will be enough to overcome the longer seasons down east. Ended up doing a lot better then I expected this year considering I was more focused on my other personal goals. 65 Gold man points and 20 more to come for records so 85 total for me.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on November 16, 2015, 06:11:19 am
Great job dude. Excellent points.  Ive already achieved my goal for the year .Goldman points that i hope can hang on to top spot. Im getting last licks in on freezer fish (panfish) and avoiding the bigger fish points. One weekend left for possible goldman points with crappie,bluegill,perch.pike or lm bass. After that have to cut my season short for surgery. This year looks like we could fish till new year with warmer temps rightnow,wind just the issue for last 2 months. Brent will post quite a few fish by then, and Curtis wont stop till frozen in yak.lol
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on November 16, 2015, 07:26:22 am
You guys have done a pretty damn good job!!! Grats to everyone that participated and did so damn well.  You've represented Canada well guys!!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on November 16, 2015, 11:52:14 am
Job well done Tyler.
That's a lot of fish caught.
You guys ever doubted where the best freshwater fishing and kayak anglers are in the world ?
Well except perhaps Trout Mafia's lake Michigan.
Will be fun to watch KC and Shooter to the end.

( 48 more fish to go ...  ;) )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on November 16, 2015, 01:07:30 pm
You guys have done a pretty damn good job!!! Grats to everyone that participated and did so damn well.  You've represented Canada well guys!!

5 of top 10 fresh water teams are Canadian.

5 of top 11 fresh water individuals are Canadian.

3 of top 7 total inches(salt and freshwater combined) are Canadian.

3 of top 9 for goldman points are Canadian.

Yeah I would say we did all right considering how there were only 50 Canadians of the near 900 entrants this year.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on November 25, 2015, 06:41:56 am
The yaks /rods/gear and fishing stuff all sitting in garage for the year. Was an amazing year of fishing and perhaps some ice fishing mid January. The canucks did pretty dam good and im sure a few late stragglers will hold out for some more fishing till freezeup. Plenty of hrs and entertainment along the way. Im done due to an operation ive put off all summer to have done this morning. Will explain that another day.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Flyfisher on November 25, 2015, 07:23:14 am
The yaks /rods/gear and fishing stuff all sitting in garage for the year. Was an amazing year of fishing and perhaps some ice fishing mid January. The canucks did pretty dam good and im sure a few late stragglers will hold out for some more fishing till freezeup. Plenty of hrs and entertainment along the way. Im done due to an operation ive put off all summer to have done this morning. Will explain that another day.
Wil Keep you in my prayers for your operation!
Blessings,
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 07, 2015, 10:00:01 am
Got a trout slam yesterday !  :) :) :)

( 31 more fish to go, or 95 more points more like it.  ;) )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on December 07, 2015, 12:45:43 pm
Some beautiful Canadian fish . Way to take up the awesome weather we are having this late fall this year while i sit back and watch lol. Looking like at least another week of this warm weather, perhaps a few more trout . I could use some fresh fish lol. Good luck
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 07, 2015, 01:20:33 pm
Thanks Joe !
Think you have some fish in your freezer that will last you till recovered.

(http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae142/brentlepine/fish2015/DSCF2246_zpsjvp6svny.jpg)

(http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae142/brentlepine/fish2015/DSCF2253_zpspz68khey.jpg)

(http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae142/brentlepine/fish2015/DSCF2254_zps41nz6p66.jpg)

Good trout fish'n just before freeze up, especially on a stable mild day.
Also you may have the lake (s) all to yourself except for the ducks, otters and fish.

This coming weekend even milder !!
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on December 07, 2015, 02:12:44 pm
Time to get a new hawg trough lol.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 10, 2015, 09:36:23 pm
Went 5 for about 22 on the bows this afternoon and had a big one break the 6lb mono on impact.
Think I'm getting dialed in, could work on the hook-up percentage , big lure !, not complaining.  :)

Watched Spyman catch his first splake ( in the morning ) and it's a dandy too.

(http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae142/brentlepine/fish2015/DSCF2257_zpsc1jkuggc.jpg)

( I got a pretty male splake too )
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 13, 2015, 03:43:47 pm
Done for 2015 !
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on December 13, 2015, 05:11:19 pm
Done for 2015 !

Nice, looks like you edged Lusca by one point for 4th overall goldman points.

We've already been ice fishing a few weeks here now. Got a couple decent brook trout so far.

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC110032.jpg)

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC090004.jpg)

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC120040.jpg)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 14, 2015, 08:38:09 am
Nice !
Nice E.A.P.s too, look to be over 19".  ;)


Reel happy with my bow success this year, got that monkey and the drum monkey
off my back this year, now only to get that bowfin and yak 14" sauger.  :)
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on December 14, 2015, 03:49:18 pm
One more day in the bag for guys finishing up unless they are last minute sandbagging have to the 20 th to post. Hope for the best.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: John Gibson on December 14, 2015, 08:12:41 pm
Done for 2015 !

Nice, looks like you edged Lusca by one point for 4th overall goldman points.

We've already been ice fishing a few weeks here now. Got a couple decent brook trout so far.

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC110032.jpg)

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC090004.jpg)

(http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb267/murtyl/PC120040.jpg)

Seen these on FB, but they look way better here properly hosted.  Beautiful fish man.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: Ravyak on December 14, 2015, 10:57:53 pm
Some of my favourite fish, I am still hoping to find a bigger one though.
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: shooter on December 15, 2015, 08:14:18 am
Wow not over yet, Tacklehero  moving up the ranks overnight . Look out Brent . Not likely he will pass you with totals. No bonus points for him yet
Title: Re: Kayak Man Gold Points Race
Post by: EagleEyesFlash on December 16, 2015, 12:01:55 pm
Wow not over yet, Tacklehero  moving up the ranks overnight . Look out Brent . Not likely he will pass you with totals. No bonus points for him yet

Yeah he's not a bad angler.
A Mid-Atlantic record section was never set up so kinda hard for him to get bonus points.